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Brett Favre throws 6 TD passes today.

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Guess he should have retired, right? :ughnoes:
 
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Chiefs losing streak ended!

we are now 1-12 in the last 13 regular season games. :hsughr:
 
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Favre still sucks :spy:

damn vikings blew another game :tear:
 
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rumour has it he did it wearing pads and a helmet as well. What a pussy
 
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BFD who gives a crap he is still a POS. LULZ at the right
 
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FUCK THE COWBOYS !!

HAHAHAHA

REDSKINS BABE :linedrunk:
 
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ya i mean he plays like this every game right? and against such great competition to boot.

I agree, doesn't matter that he's second in the league in completion %, first in quarterback rating AND number of touchdown passes, if he can't throw 6 touchdowns every week, he should retire.

I also agree, NFL players aren't really all that good at football anyways :uhoh2:

Time to hang them up, Brett.
 
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um, i don't get it :uhoh2:

Are you kidding me? So what, he didn't do it against the 1985 Bears defense, this is still against professional football players who are absolute freaks, and the best in the world at what they do. You're comment trivializing this because it wasn't against the best defensive team in the league is just absurd.

You really think that someone who is leading the league in touchdowns, quarterback rating, and second in completion percentage should retire? :uhoh2:
 

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You really think that someone who is leading the league in touchdowns, quarterback rating, and second in completion percentage should retire? :uhoh2:

If i had stats like that id probs be worth lots of money and would never want to retire lulz
 
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Are you kidding me? So what, he didn't do it against the 1985 Bears defense, this is still against professional football players who are absolute freaks, and the best in the world at what they do. You're comment trivializing this because it wasn't against the best defensive team in the league is just absurd.

You really think that someone who is leading the league in touchdowns, quarterback rating, and second in completion percentage should retire? :uhoh2:


oh geez chill out. i just didn't get at all what that comment meant "nfl players aren't good at football". i don't see how you come to that conclusion (in sarcasm obviously) off of what i said.

listen i'm not knocking on brett's performance thus far this season. but back when he was causing all that drama bullshit for the packers and NFL it irriatated me that someone with such an illustrious career and nothing left to prove would do that....AFTER already saying they were retired. it put everyone in a shitty situation. which is why i did not support him "unretiring"
 
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oh geez chill out. i just didn't get at all what that comment meant "nfl players aren't good at football". i don't see how you come to that conclusion (in sarcasm obviously) off of what i said.

listen i'm not knocking on brett's performance thus far this season. but back when he was causing all that drama bullshit for the packers and NFL it irriatated me that someone with such an illustrious career and nothing left to prove would do that....AFTER already saying they were retired. it put everyone in a shitty situation. which is why i did not support him "unretiring"

Yeah, the whole drama thing was annoying as hell. But everyone knew he wasn't going to retire. In the interview where he was crying and shit with his retirement speech, he gave it away when he said "... but I know I can still play."
 
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Brett, is amazing qb, as a packer fan i support brett and hope he can make it to the superbowl again, i will just say that brett is kinda like m.jordan he can´t quit something he loves so much and still has that talent. i see brett in the nfl for the next 3 yrs or so, best qb in the legue right now end of story
 

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